Ana founded A2Yoga over 10 years ago. Acutely aware of energy, she thinks and breathes in bodily terms. Her connection to the kinetic is apparent from her days as a top athlete in school to her dynamic teaching style in Nia or Prana Vinyassa class.
“Yoga was a huge part of reshaping, correcting, and strengthening my spine. That experience helps me relate to my students with injuries and severe health and pain issues.” Ana discovered Nia, or Neuromuscular Integrated Action shortly after. NIA combines nine different techniques including yoga, martial arts, dance, and healing arts.
“It’s really all about moving your body in your body’s own way.” She said, “It’s learning to reconnect with yourself through movement, dance, and creativity."